Metallica Announce Stranger Things ‘Hellfire Club’ Merch You Can Buy Now!

Robert Trujillo: Metallica Facebook / Eddie Munson: Netflix
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Thrash titans Metallica have just announced a new merch drop that is based off Stranger Things‘ Hellfire Club! For those who don’t know, the Hellfire Club is the name of the official Dungeons & Dragons club that Eddie Munson (played by actor Joe Quinn) runs within the show.

Per their social media, Metallica have just announced new shirts and a hoodie that feature text and imagery associated with this Dungeons & Dragons club. Per a Facebook post, the band shared:

“We’re having the most metal meeting ever of The Hellfire Club so we’re scouting out “lost sheep” and outsiders to join. Do you think you have what it takes? Then suit up!”

This new merch is available to order via these links:,, Here is a larger image that features what the merch looks like:

Metallica Facebook/Netflix

Will you be buying something from this new Metallica x Stranger Things merch drop? In other news related to Metallica, did you happen to see the recent video of the band jamming alongside Stranger Things‘ Joe Quinn? You may have heard how the band paid tribute to Eddie Munson during their Lollapalooza set  – so it must have been a great surprise to the band to bump into Quinn. Link to that story can be found below.

Watch: Stranger Things Actor Joe Quinn Jams Out With Metallica

Band drummer Lars Ulrich recently spoke to the huge surge in popularity that “Master of Puppets” has been receiving, sharing: “That whole thing is such a mindfuck.” To read all of what Ulrich had to say, follow the link below.

‘It’s so difficult to fathom’: Lars Ulrich Talks Explosive Upswing In ‘Master of Puppets’ Popularity

We also recently got a new animated music video for “Master of Puppets” as well! And while it may not exactly be Metallica related – in Stranger Things related news – Judas Priest singer Rob Halford spoke to the idea of the band’s songs being in season five of the show. Specifically, he mentioned a few songs he thinks would work well within the show. To read that full story, follow the link below.

Interview: Rob Halford Talks Heavy Metal Gatekeeping + Could Judas Priest Be In Stranger Things Season 5?